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An exploration into network and telecom modernization

FedScoop is excited to launch a special report examining the federal government's efforts to modernize its network and telecommunications infrastructure. The report pays added attention to progress made under the $50 billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract and how agencies are faring in the transition to the new vehicle. FedScoop will continue to release new articles as part of the special report throughout December. See the full report.

A Message From AWS Educate

With over 1,500 institutions and hundreds of thousands of students who use AWS Educate, we wanted to take you on a trip around the world and highlight how students are learning and innovating with the cloud. Learn more.

Microsoft announces Top Secret cloud

Microsoft has taken another major step as a provider of cloud services to the federal government. It announced Monday the launch of Azure Government Top Secret, its first cloud product qualified to host data at that classification level. "The broad range of services will meet the demand for greater agility in the classified space, including the need to gain deeper insights from data sourced from any location as well as the need to enable the rapid expansion of remote work," Microsoft's Tom Keane wrote in a blog post. Dave Nyczepir has more.

Dcode's new accelerator model

Federal tech accelerator Dcode is shifting its model after experiencing a surge in demand from the federal government during the pandemic. Dcode is essentially allowing companies to apply and then receive support anytime, instead of joining a technology-specific cohort. The organization’s classes for entrepreneurs — its main mode of support for companies trying to break into the government market — will be delivered via an online platform, giving even greater flexibility to startups. Jackson Barnett has this one.

WATCH: IT leaders talk security transformation

In conjunction with Fortinet's Security Transformation Summit, FedScoop spoke to government IT and cybersecurity leaders about trending topics in cybersecurity, including zero trust, the pandemic and more. This week, watch interviews with:


Laying the terms for partnerships with ethical hackers

The pandemic has put a great deal of pressure on agencies to modernize quickly. With the urgency to implement digital services, and the limited budget and staff proportionate to their needs, getting support to identify weaknesses in systems and applications can help civilian agencies mitigate security risks. A new guide outlines the terms that can facilitate these partnerships. Read more from HackerOne.

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